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Discussion in 'Premier League Clubs' started by Auxodium, Mar 10, 2004.
What about some sub threads on First Division clubs? Like Watford!
C'mon you 'Orns!!!!!!!!!!!!
i wish Paul Okon still played at Vicarage Road
This is a popular thread then?
haha just dug this up now that we are in the EPL! lol
Watford extend trial for algerian striker
http://home.skysports.com/list.aspx...=57&lid=19&title=Hornets ponder striker swoop
Jonno...now there's your man...
Wigan give trial to Marek Saganowski
As a new Yank in town, what is the easiest way to get tickets to a Watford match? I'm not going to try for a match against Arsenal or any of the other larger teams, but was hoping to maybe catch the Everton match on 24 February. Are tickets ever available on matchday?
i think collins john is going to watford on loan for the rest of the season but im still not sure
Who is Watford's biggest rival?
Moses Ashikodi signs with Watford
http://home.skysports.com/list.aspx?hlid=438621&CPID=8&clid=57&lid=2&title=Watford land Gers striker
Watford sign Striker Steve Kabba
Early on in the season, Boothroyd admitted he was ignorant of foreign players/markets.
Do you suppose there is there any progress being made towards developing a scouting network to support the Hornets?
Watford sign Gareth Williams
How about that Old Trafford crowd?
Could still hear the Yellow Army singing late in the game!
True fan loyalty.
C'mon you ORN's, take it to Charlton this weekend!
Jay Jay Jay from the U-S-A
HAPPY 60th SIR REG.
after today's tie Watford is going to be relegated
It has been tough this season. A little like fighting with one arm behind your back, so to speak.
Still and all, I think the plan to use the financial boost of going to the premiership and the "parachute" money to build the infrastructure around the team but basically leave Aidy to guide the team to any kind of success on the field without bringing in big budget stars has basically been sound. It was hard on we fans, but it's a good management strategy for long term success.
I want the Hornets to be competitive, and this season they just weren't.
So now, I expect Watford to go to work next season and compete HARD to secure promotion again to the Premiership. Then I expect the team to use the resources the Premiership gives us to acquire the player personnel needed to help beat any and all premiership teams.
At that point, it will feel like we belong. When we start bringing back wins over not just the relegation teams, and the mid table teams but occasionally over the Chumps League regulars, then being in the Premiership will feel like home.
It may not look like it now, but this season I see the team and the fans, we proud few fans, as being cast in the crucible of difficulty, and in the end forged stronger and ready for the success of the next few seasons.
Though the Manyoo's, Chelsea's, Arsenal's and Liverpool's may laugh at us now, they won't in 2009.
I believe in Adrian Boothroyd and so should we all.
Damien francis out for 6 months
Marlon king who just returned from injury scored for watford who beat reading 2-0
Going down, but still swinging! I like it!
Watford offer new contract to manager
not having Marlon King hurt Watford. Seeing Demerit go down is tough, at least Fulham isn't going down as well. The American contingent in the EPL would have suffered greatly.